Treasure Island

Monk E. Biz

(Timeless / Right Now, Right Here)

God's Perspective on Love


While surfing the cosmos
late last night,
I came upon a Presence,
most intriguing and bright!

Not too sure, but I think she said
her name was 'Gawd'
When she spoke, I listened,
I trembled, I awed.

She had a beauty and wisdom second to none,
in fact she had a loving, caringness,
a true living Nun!

When I gathered myself
and finally could talk,
I asked if we could go deeper,
perhaps a lengthy walk?

I soon discovered all answers
were a resounding 'yes! '
What heavenly, angelic confidence
did she deeply posses!

An amazing ability, she... she... lived in her words,
more beautiful than harps,
like song from heaven's birds!

She was totally present,
completely in the NOW,
I didn't comprehend,
no past, no future, just how?

When accustomed to her style,
I learned to converse,
with song in my heart,
and on my tongue sweet verse.

Dear lady
I asked,
with pleading in my voice,
Tell me more about love,
is it really a choice?

Her countenance then changed,
more sweeter than sugar yet,
I knew I was headed
for something, never to forget!

And then heaven went quiet,
it paused perfectly still,
when thru my body and beyond,
went a warm Divine chill!

Her music came out! more powerful
than any language I knew,
strong and perfect as the winds,
a warm storm in the brew!

Showered I was with her loving,
intense, warm perspective,
It came out as effulgent music,
all of our divine elective.

LOVE SHE SANG out, rang out,
from the Depths of the Universe,
consumed I was with its vibration
and perfect metered verse!

The words mattered not,
the feeling overtook me,
Beyond words was the concept
she shared with me so freely.

Now focused on words,
wishing pen and paper in hand,
I focused my mind and heart,
ready to absorb all firsthand.

Love's song continued,
illuminating my Being,
A different angle, a love,
I'd not yet been seeing!

Love, as I felt it,
directly from her,
was equal for all,
for all in grandeur!

She loved mankind, womankind,
the dirt and the trees,
she loved the unkind, the gays,
muddy water and humid breeze!

She loved truly, deeply,
beyond my known experience,
a love foreign, untainted,
I found myself inexperienced!

Her love was not 'special' unique,
committed and or legal,
Her love was universal, remitted,
holy, abd nearly unspeakable!

Love she didn't reserve
only for the deserving,
Her love flooded ALL,
fully with no preserving!

I jumped into it, swam in it,
and then even floated,
Warm it was, cold it was,
INTENSE!
and even sugar coated!

When tired I was,
of so much loving activity,
I smiled, laid back, relaxed,
and drowned into Divinity!
~~~ ~~~ ~~~



Came to, I did
right back in my clay dwelling.
My mind, my heart, ever burning
and quickly expanding, swelling!

Spread this Love Divine,
now my only concern,
spread it well
spread it quickly
'til this EARTH IT DOES BURN!

Submitted: Saturday, March 15, 2014
Edited: Saturday, May 24, 2014

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  • Neela Nath (3/15/2014 2:23:00 PM)

    This is so deep and penetrating.It's a melodious classic son g on love universal.She is pristine and you are divine here.I felt it.Nothing to say more except- - - - - WOW! (Report) Reply

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